Community Notices

Community Notices from 2018

How is the 21st century changing kiwi families?

Massey University invites you to hear how the 21st century is changing kiwi families with Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley. As the second decade of the 21st century draws to a close, there are some interesting social and demographic trends that are changing the nature and structure of what was the typical New Zealand family. Some of these factors are economic: the perceived vs actual cost of raising children, the conflict between earning an income and raising a family and young adult debt and the increased cost of housing. While other factors are long term demographic trends including, a decline in fertility, a delay in having a first child and the decision to have less children than previous generations.Join us as we uncover what is happening to the changing face of the kiwi family and if our policies are appropriate and adapting to what is relevant to the 21st century.
Wellington - 19 June
Intercontinental Hotel, Grey Street, Wellington
5.30pm - 7.30pm

For more information or to register click here

Wellington Phoenix Holiday Programmes

Wellington Phoenix are running two holiday programmes during the July school holidays!  This is an opportunity to play your favourite game all day, develop your skills, make new friends and rub shoulders with members of the Wellington Phoenix Academy. Thursday 12 – Friday 13 July, Memorial Park, Petone, 9am-3pm Monday 16 – Tuesday 17 July, Wakefield Park, Island Bay, 9am-3pm Includes coaching from Wellington Phoenix Academy Youth coaches, a Wellington Phoenix holiday programme t-shirt and a Wellington Phoenix football. Prices: $150 $120 for Wellington Phoenix Members 1 day option available. To register, visit www.wellingtonphoenix.com/community-programs or email beckyc@wellingtonphoenix.com

Wellington North Badminton Associations Holiday Programme!!

The Holiday Programme will be run at Wellington North Badminton Associations Facility both weeks in the July holidays.  The programme targets children aged 5-13 years. 
Dates and Times:
 Monday          9th      8:30am – 3:00pm 
Tuesday         10th    8:30am – 3:00pm
 Wednesday   11th    8:30am – 3:00pm  
 Monday          16th    8:30am – 3:00pm
 Tuesday         17th    8:30am – 3:00pm
 Wednesday   18th    8:30am – 3:00pm  

Shuttle Time Holiday Programme allows young children the opportunity to participate within Badminton no matter if you are beginner or an advanced player.  We pride ourselves on an inclusive safe and fun environment to allow all children to develop their fundamental badminton skills in an enjoyable, fun, learning environment.  If you are looking for your children to take part in a Holiday Programme these coming holidays we have the perfect programme for them.   Get in contact today with Wellington North Badminton Associations Community Development Officer.  Harry Rickus, Community Development Officer,
P: 0211992498. E:  wnbadevelopmentofficer@gmail.com

Sunshine Drama

Sunshine Drama provides a creative and fun learning space that engages imaginative minds, grows confidence and builds communication and performance skills.  Our new Karori evening class for 11-13 years, starts Thursday, 7 June.  This is a 4 week block course for $40.  In Term 3, these classes will run for nine weeks like our preschool and junior sessions.  For more information Contact Jenae Ryan 0274380533 to or visit www.sunshinedrama.co.nz

Yoga

Yoga and Mindfulness support a child’s well-being with healthy movement and techniques to improve concentration and reduce anxiety and stress.  Kula Kids Yoga makes it fun with classes near you in Johnsonville, Lower Hutt and Eastbourne.  Check timetables at http://kula-yoga.co.nz/kula-kids/ for children ages 5-9, 9-13 and Teens or come to a Family Class on Saturday 23 June http://kula-yoga.co.nz/events-retreats/

Wellington Youth Theatre July Holiday Camp

9 - 12 July
Please see the attached flyer for more information on this July holiday theatre camp.